READ & TELL
Art FormLiterary Arts
Programme Format On-site
Language English, Malay
One or two session(s) session(s)
3 hours or 2 x 1 1/2 hours per session per session
Venue Library Room/Media Room/Classroom
Target Audience Primary-Lower, Primary-Upper, Secondary-Lower, ITE
Cost $660/= for the 3 hour session
------------------------------------------ Check with us for digital options. There are two parts to this workshop. The first part includes an appreciation of children’s picture books or young adult fiction and tips on how to make a reading session come alive. In the second part of the workshop, the students will move from story reading to storytelling. There are many ways of telling stories and using objects while telling stories is one of the most enjoyable ways, for both the teller and the audience. In this very practical workshop, students will be introduced to some stories that are enhanced by the use of objects. These may include: string stories, drawing stories, paper folding or tearing stories or handkerchief stories. The students will have the opportunity to explore some props and practice their use. • Introduction to books and story reading techniques. • Introduction to different styles of storytelling. • Demonstrations of storytelling with props. • Performance techniques. • Students explore the use of props. Asian Storytelling Network, Singapore’s first professional storytelling company, has a pool of skilled artiste educators who have been successfully engaging students and teachers in schools since 2002.
Objectives The workshop teaches good skills in Reading and Storytelling. • To teach the students the basic techniques for the effective reading aloud of stories. • To introduce the students to quality children’s literature. • To introduce the students to some different styles of telling oral stories. • To give students the opportunity to explore the use of storytelling props. • To build the students confidence in their story reading and storytelling abilities.
Microphone / Visualiser
Whiteboard, Flipchart, Marker pens
The Tote Board Arts Grant was introduced in 1995 to encourage the development of a vibrant arts culture in schools, and to promote arts appreciation amongst students.
Each year, all MOE schools and ITE Colleges may opt-in to receive the Arts Grant. Schools may use the grant to subsidise the purchase of programmes under the NAC-AEP and for the Artist-in-School Scheme (AISS).
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Please ensure that a valid Letter of Eligibility (LOE) is obtained. Note that MOE procurement guidelines apply.
Payment should be made directly to the programme provider. Claims for the Arts Grant should be made via IFAAS and in accordance to Grant Guidelines.
Programme providers are permitted to make changes to the following aspects of an NAC-AEP, according to the school’s needs:
- Programme duration, including no. of sessions
- Cost of programme
- Class size
Under the above conditions, schools can make claims based on revised programme costs using the same Programme ID listed on the Letter of Eligibility (LOE).
The following changes are not permitted when customising programmes:
- Changes to content
- Inclusion of non-approved instructor(s)
Asian Storytelling Network
Asian Storytelling Network (ASN), Singapore's first professional storytelling company has offered storytelling programmes for every occasion and venue since 2002. Our storytellers will weave a web of delight, transporting the audience from their everyday world into the world of story. Drawing on the rich heritage of folktales from Asia and beyond they will create a programme especially tailored to your needs. Whether using props, audience participation or simply the magic of the voice they will activate the imagination, stimulate the intellect, and engage the hearts of audiences of all ages.
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